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Concequences for employer or employee

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If someone who don t have B permit but work without any cotract , what are the consequences for both employer and employee, especially if the that is a sesonal job?I would like to hear professional opinion.
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Old 21.04.2011, 08:19
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Re: Concequences for employer or employee

[strikethough]You mean work in Switzerland illegally with no papers and no right to work here? If and when discovered I dare say the employer would be fines and the employer have to leave the country...[/strikethrough]

<edit> my answer is rubbish as the question was changed... </edit>

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If someone ( has B permit ) work without any cotract , what are the consequences for both employer and employee, especially if the that is a sesonal job?I would like to hear professional opinion.
Thanks in advance!
P. S. This is the right message, I have made a mistare in the previous thread
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Re: Concequences for employer or employee

I wonder if my Dad or friend of mine comes to make a renewal in my house won't it also look like illegal work? House is in Switzerland, Dad is outside EU.
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I wonder if my Dad or friend of mine comes to make a renewal in my house won't it also look like illegal work? House is in Switzerland, Dad is outside EU.
If he has the right papers to visit here (visa or whatever is necessary from your home country) and you aren't paying him for his work (except for food and lodgings and maybe a few beers, etc), he shouldn't have to worry about it being "illegal" work.
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If someone ( has B permit ) work without any cotract , what are the consequences for both employer and employee, especially if the that is a sesonal job?I would like to hear professional opinion.
Thanks in advance!
If you working with a B permit, without a written contract, there is still an unwritten contract, made up of employment law and the fact that you work, you get paid. The employer must abide by employment law, so may have to, e.g. pay a pension, must pay your tax at source, AHV etc.
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